Eilert Sundts Hus (kart)
Moltke Moes vei 31
ESOP is organising a workshop with focus on micro and macro perspectives on inequality.
Martin Blomhoff Holm (PhD) from BI present “Consumption with Liquidity Constraints: An Analytical Characterization".
Hans Holter presents "Fiscal Consolidation Programs and Income Inequality", joint work with Pedro Brinca, Miguel Ferreira, Francesco Franco and Laurence Malafry.
Yikai Wang presents "The Optimal Quantity of Capital and Debt ", joint work with Marcus Hagedorn and Hans Holter.
Hans Hotler present "The Distribution of Income Risk: Evidence from Norwegian Registry Data", joint work with Elin Halvorsen, Serdar Ozkan and Kjetil Storesletten.
Nicolai Ellingsen (PhD, UiO) presents "Misallocation and Lumpy Investments".
Yicheng Wang presents "A Note on Creative Destruction and Incomplete Market", joint work with Yongsung Chang.
Martin Blomhoff Holm, BI Nydalen, presents "self-insurance with low interest rates".
Yikai Wang (UiO) present "The Effects of Chinese Economic Stimulus Program in 2008" which is jointly work with Fabrizio Zilibotti (UZH) and Kjetil Storesletten (UiO)
BB-seminar October 18, Matteo Alpino presented "Would you vote for me if I lower your taxes?".
BB-Seminar May 31, Hans Holter presented "The Real Effects of Financial (Dis)integration: A Spatial Equilibrium Analysis of Europe" to the macrogroup.
Yicheng Wang presented his work on "Risk sharing and risk taking with financial markets improvement" at BB-seminar this Monday.
Presentation by Yikai Wang on "Divide and Rule: An Origin of Polarization and Ethnic Conflict", written jointly with Simon Alder.
Presentation by Andreas Muller on "Time-Consistent Optimal Taxation of Factor Income in a Small Open Economy" at the BB-seminar April 26.
Mike Elsby is Professor of Economics at University of Edinburgh. He presents ongoing research under the title "Vacancy Chains"
BB-seminar: Alessia Russo presents "Youth Enfranchisement, Political Responsiveness, and Education Expenditure: Evidence from the U.S."
BB-Seminar: Tobias Broer, Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm University, presents "Risk-Sharing in Village Economies Revisited" (Joint work with Tessa Bold)
BB- seminar: Nicolai Ellingsen presents work on "Chinese Transition: the Role of Embodied Technology"
BB-seminar: Yikai Wang gives a presentation titled: Why Not a Converging World? Creative Destruction and A Unified Theory of Development “Traps"
BB-seminar: Yicheng Wang presents "Government-driven Mortgage Guarantee Programs and Macroeconomic Effects"
BB-seminar: Alessia Russo presents "Sustainable Intergenerational Insurance"
Macro BB seminar. Anirban Mitra presents "Redistribution of Economic Resources due to Conflict: The Maoist Uprising in Nepal".
Macro BB Seminar. Andreas Müller presents "Towards a theory of structural change that can fit the late rise in services"
Department seminar. Dirk Krueger is Professor of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania. He presents the paper "High Marginal Tax Rates on the Top 1%? Lessons from a Life Cycle Model with Idiosyncratic Income Risk", written jointly with Fabian Kindermann.
MACRO BB seminar. Arnaldur S. Kristjansson, PhD candidate and project member, presents "Optimal taxation of investors and workers".